Frontier to offer nonstop flights between Phoenix, Atlanta in June

Apr 7, 2021, 4:05 AM
(Photo by Michael Francis McElroy/Getty Images)...
(Photo by Michael Francis McElroy/Getty Images)
(Photo by Michael Francis McElroy/Getty Images)

PHOENIX — Low-fare carrier Frontier Airlines announced Tuesday new nonstop flights between Phoenix and Atlanta will be available starting in June.

The service between Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport will take place three times weekly starting June 10, according to a press release.

“We’re excited to grow again in Phoenix with new nonstop flights from Phoenix to Atlanta,” Josh Flyr, vice president of network and operational design for Frontier Airlines, said in the release.

“This new service represents our continued commitment to affordable flying and expanding travel opportunities for Phoenix area flyers.”

Fares begin as low as $69 for a limited time. The promo fare is only available on Tuesday and Thursday and must be purchased before 8:59 p.m. on Sunday for travel on select days from June 10 to Oct. 11.

Tickets can be bought online. Frequency and times are subject to change.

Blackout dates include June 30 through July 7 and September 1-7, according to the release.

Round-trip purchase is not required.

Prior to flying, passengers must confirm neither they nor anyone in their household has exhibited COVID-19 symptoms in the last 14 days and understand the airline’s pre-boarding temperature screen policy.

Face masks must also be worn throughout the flight, according to the release.

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Frontier to offer nonstop flights between Phoenix, Atlanta in June